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Do the fronts rotors on a 2001 toyota camry slide off or do you need a special tool?

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They just slide off; no special tools necessary.

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After removal of calipers and anchors..should slide off. Do the rotors have some sort of screw(phillips/Torx) in the front of them bolting them to the hub?? May need impact driver to remove screws. Also could be rusted on....

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